After binging on ‘hating going to the office and not wanting to work‘ reels on social media, Kim Kardashian‘s office tour left us wishing we had an office like that. We might not get much work done but at least we would have fun! Kim has everything she needs to get inspired in her office.
The business mogul recently tapped into TikTok’s viral “of course” trend by displaying her wildly bizarre SKKN BY KIM headquarters, which features everything from a 3-D model of her brain to a red light therapy bed. The trend features creators giving insights into their lives based on a specific characteristic they identify with.
She joined in on the viral trend to reveal she is releasing 15 shades of lip liners through SKKN BY KIM. Kim briefly showed off the collection at the end of the clip before dramatically dropping them.
The TikTok video begins with her dressed in a white robe from her SKIMS collection. “I’m Kim Kardashian, of course, I have all my magazine covers covering my walls,” she says, showing off a wall of framed magazine covers she has graced over the years.
“I’m Kim Kardashian… Of course, I have my mannequin with my custom body measurements in my glam room,” she continued, while the camera focused on her mannequin. The camera then zoomed in to highlight the curves of the life-size figurine.
Next up, the billionaire shows another room that features “a big TV wall” that plays her “beauty campaigns on loop.” Lying across her desk in her office in the next clip, Kardashian shows two items sitting in pride of place — “I’m Kim Kardashian, of course I have 3-D models of my brain and my plane in my office,” she noted with a smirk.
The mom-of-four reveals that her office also has some pretty incredible amenities for her to enjoy between meetings and calls: a tanning bed and a red light therapy bed. The latter is used to treat inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder characterized by scaly patches of skin. It is fairly common, affecting about 3% of adults in the US — or almost eight million people. The controversial treatment has become a topic of debate given that it’s not FDA-approved.
The 43-year-old businesswoman showed off her “product shrine” — an immaculate makeup room, where rows of beauty products sat pretty on top of multiple shelves. As the final kicker, Kim closed her video by humbly bragging about how fashion’s coolest designer created her SKKN office. She said, “Of course my whole office is custom Rick Owens.”
The TikTok received 8 million views and over 8.5k comments, many of which appeared to be impressed, but not at all surprised, by the elaborate office features. Some questioned Kardashian’s use of a tanning bed, while others praised the social media mogul for how well she pulled off the TikTok format and used it to highlight her upcoming products. “This trend suits her the most,” one viewer wrote.
Kardashian was labelled “iconic” by her followers, who couldn’t get enough of her content. “I want to be Kim Kardashian when I grow up,” one person quipped. “Imagine being Kim Kardashian, omg,” another added. “My mouth literally dropped,” another chimed in.
Kim Kardashian has come under fire for showing off her red light therapy bed worth $78,000. The treatment is known to help conditions like psoriasis, which Kim has openly battled with before. But fans were worried when she called it a “tanning bed”, as these can greatly increase skin cancer risk.
Kardashian previously uploaded a video to YouTube in August 2022 showing off the interior of the space after it was completed. In that tour, she said the office is roughly 40,000 square feet. She also showed off its minimalistic open-plan kitchen, amphitheater room, and photo studio.
The reality TV star’s luxurious office tour comes off the heels of her latest business endeavour, the re-launch of her makeup line—which closed in August 2021—and will now live under her SKKN brand. “I’ve recently been taking a skin-first approach towards my beauty routine,” Kim shared on her Instagram.
“In developing @SKKN BY KIM Makeup, my goal was not only to create universally-flattering cosmetic essentials, but also to ensure that our products are clean, hydrating, and help improve the look and feel of skin with every wear” she added.
But seriously, how cool is her office? Okay enough fantasizing, we’ll get back to work now…